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May mga invisible illness

May mga invisible illness

It’s not just the pain, but the inability to do what you want, not even what you need. You experience this for about a week.

Eating tamilok worm

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Eating tamilok worm

We did so, during a recent visit to Palawan for our Sunday morning TV show, Matanglawin, where one of the native delicacies is tamilok, a kind of edible mollusk found in mangrove trees. Tamilok feeds on decaying wood. Before you say ‘Kadiri,’ read on.

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Dogs enjoying lasting friendship

Ginger is a Golden Retriever of around 12 years old, with fur parents who decided to adopt a homeless dog (aspin) to keep Ginger company. Ginger kept rejecting each dog at the shelter, till a dog (Kimchi) approached Ginger on the street when they were about to go home and Ginger surprisingly did not reject it.

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Pugad-ibon, masarap na sopas

Such nests provide the basic ingredient of what we know in classy restaurants as bird’s nest soup. This can be found mostly in Black Island. Known as swiftlet in English, these birds can be found only in Palawan, particularly El Nido and nearby areas, including Black Island.

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Takla, ferocious shrimp

Out at the Mindanao Sea for an episode of our TV show Matanglawin (ABS-CBN, Sunday morning at 9:45), I discovered piston shrimps or Takla.

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Bakit sosyal ang dolphin

Big fishes like dolphins, whales, manta rays, among others are in the sea to eat small sea small sea creatures such as krills, and shrimps, that are washed by strong currents.

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